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VICTORIA PARK. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913

VICTORIA PAHK. Thursday. Hurdles were wide out on ihe grass this morning, Kasy .Money run live furlongs on the course proper in 1.7-1, while Ke'itlock spurted, aud Delara did pact' work. On the* 'middle' track .Master Flavus and Al* liugamitc reeled oil seven furlongs in 1.3i». Hue Vic. toria wan not nil out over sewn furlongs iu 1. 4 1*. but Itnllnrn VVUM futli' r.*tnnilml tn f t:t vni'-n lh-- fiu-lnn?*! hi l.tfj. Abba's half-mile occupied 34sec. Croat CliicP hjinrteil. while Mustapha and Pompfrey Teeled otV nix furlongs in 1.21 J. Cared slipped over half-a-mile iu .Vlisec, On the tan Anartes ran four furlongs in fii'scc. Hot IHce spurted three furlongs, and I.epta half a mile iu 32sec. Tingle and Nomlu recorded four lur longs in 32sec, while fevcral others «lid pace work.

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BILLIARDS TO HELP SCOTT FUND. STATE BILLIARD CRACKERS TO ASSIST WITH KNOCK-OUT COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913

I BILLIARDS TO HELP SCOTT FUND. STATE BILLIARD CRACKS TO ASSIST WITH KNOCK-Ol'T COMPETITION. A proposal that Mlliardlsts should join other !-ectlons* in endeavoring to swell the Lord. Mayor's Scott Relief Fund was agreed to unani mously y i the annual meeting of the Associa tion. The project came from Mr. H. A. Rumball, nnd members readily accorded their support. It Is intended to run on Monday week (March 10) a flying handicap of 100 up, on Ihe knock-out principle, in which sixteen of thc best players in 1 thc State will compete. There will be two ses sions — afternoon and evening. In the afternoon eight gnrnefl will be played, und in the evening the second round (four games), semi-final (two), and final. Sueh an entertainment is one which should be readily seized Upon by lovers of billiards*. Al ready several of the tracks on both sldoo— amateur and professional — have signified their intention of taking part. Only a nominal prise will be given— a trophy of some sort, for none of ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BILLIARDS. INTER-INSTITUTE CHAMPIONSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913

I 'BILLIARDS' I (By 'V/ALER,') © INTER-INSTITUTE CHAMPIONSHIP. In connection wit!) t 'to loter-lnstltute cham pionship it has been decided to play two grades. Thus numbers I. 'J, aud 1 uicn from each If: jtlLtjj o will loinp'.t'1 amongst each others, arm numbers 5, (J, 7, ami s wlli do likewise. Here after, It un emorzenry goes into the team i»o i takes tho vacant position— tho side will not be ? moved up' cm in the past. Tbe new id«& l.i » great Improvement. TJie gamca tu be played aro 30(Wor tho top men and 20o for the oilier.1*, j Entries close ou the -1st Insunt. . | JOHN' ROBERTS IN AUSTRALIA. Fcwmen in the billiard world have the knar?; surprising people as frequently as John Ro berta; and his arrival at Fremantlo during ihe ycek mnat.be put down 'as one more 'out of the box.' The G.O.M, states that poor health is (ho sole reason for the visit, his trouble being an ntTcctlon of the heart. He was fur from well during the voyage. It ia a remark* I ablercolncldence that h...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SWIMMING CHATTER AND EVENTS OF THE MOMENT Ladies Example to the men in Oranising Expertness. IT'S BA[?]MOR[?]S TURN TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913

SWIMMING CHATTER AND EVEN? OF THE MOMENT ? 1 Ladies'' Example to the men in Oranising Expertness. (BY CECIL 'E4LVjj ZT'S BA ' MO° U/S TURN TO- DAY. j There are many little beauty spots in an.l around our harbor richly endowed by Nature, and which in themselves are a source of plea sure to visit. Balmoral, with it5 sparkling water, shimmering beach, and romantic setting. Is undoubtedly one of thorn. Bet, to-day, it will have au added attraction iu ihe shape ?»; the local club's annual gala. So anyone de sirous of spending the afternoon pleasantly 'tould not possibly do better than catch tne ferry steamer at the ijuay and undertake the trip. - Tho Balmoral Club Is a compact, selfcon tained little boJy, which has alw-iys given a very good Interpretation of the best sporting spirit. Its members are ever a happy family, and always pull together, whether In a tugol war or in assisting each other to overcome th.« worries incidental to life. Their carnivals may not bo the grandest affairs i...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913

SNOWY BAKER'S STADIUM TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT, GREAT INTERNATIONAL LIGHTWEIGHT CONTEST. ?frank PICATO v. MOREY alf PRICES: 10/- (Reserved), 5'-, 3.-, 2'- BOX PLAN AS USUAL. NEXT WEDNESDAY NIGHT. pat BRADLEY v. GiODFREY charlie STADIUM MATINEE HEXT THURSDAY AFTERNOON. FIVE THREE-RO UND CONTESTS. GOOD TEN-ROUND CONTET. HAROLD EWERS v. ALBERT POOLKY, '? TRAINING EXHIBITIONS BY KENNY, CLARKE, COGHILL .AND OTHERS. FISST-CLABS Ml'SiaM. 1'ilOtntA MME. AFTKRNOOX tea PIIOVIDKD KOIt I.ALIIES. ADMISSION : 12; * and 1;. Ladies uccompjiiicd by tlenllt'iiicn. KUrX. THE FINALS 1 _ OF ALL DIVISIONS OF SOUTH SYDNEY HARRIERS! OPEN AMATEUR BOXING TOURNAMENT j WILL BK DECIDED AT THE j ?STADIUM, Rushcutter'n Bay, ON MONDAY NEXT, AT 8. M FIVE DIVISIONS, EACH SIX TWO-MINUTE ROUNDS. Bivrtjr ? p GRIFFIX v. \V. SWKKT.MAN. l'l: AT I i F, H : C. O'BRIEN v. E. J. SLOANI 1 lidnf ; T. BBOWNLEE V. I'. C. YOI.'XC. WEI.TKIt : II. J. SMITH \. P. C. VOt X t MIDDLE : M. DITFY V. 'T. O. SL'LLIVA.N.' | I ADMISSION: ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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AUSTRALASIAN CYCLISTS AND THE OLYMPIC GAMES. They Should Be Represented at Berlin in 1916? [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913

AUSTRALASIAN CYCLISTS AND THE OLYMPIC GAMES. They Should Be Represented at Berlin in 1916? (Bv 'PACEMAKER.') At the reception tendered by the Now South | wales ryrllsts* Union ou Monday evening to vlsltllng Inter-Stato and '( 'ountry cyclists now in Sydney for the Australasian Championships, Mr. E. .s. Mnrks touched on a very responsive chord. Mr. Marks visited Stockholm a few months a 30 for the Olympic Games, and wit r.ceecd th- start of tho great Olympic road race of nearly 200 miles, won by G. it. Lewis, wi aoum .\trn-a, and thus spoke from tho full ness of experience* 'Everybody I met In Europe,' said 'Mr. Marks, 'nsked ni' the same question — 'Why is not Aus tralia represented In tho cycling ?' They all knew Australia Is a great cycling country, and they could nou understand why we wero not represented In the race around Lake Malar. Of course. I explained that It was through a misunderstanding, as Mr. K. W. Schneider, at that time an amateur, had been selected, but failed to g...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913

@/-e Besi! | OLD ORKNEY WHISKY THE PUREST SPRING WATER FROM THE H EATHER-CLAIt IIILLS OP ORKNEY ISL WD ? IS USED IN THE DISTILLING OF ' 'fWm 2?

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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SYDNEY CRICKET COLTS ARE A PROMISING LOT. Coach Alick Bannerman Chats About The Boys. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913

SYDNEY CRICKET COLTS ARE A PROMISING LOT. Coach Alick Bannerman Chats About The Boys. (By 'RAMBLER,') IA few years ago the 4\t.w South Wales Cricket Association in its wisdom decided to engage a coach to teach young cricketers, giving promise | of greatness, Ihe hlghvr elements in battiug, * bowling, field and team work, A;-d already It I has borne good froit, as » glance at the names and performances of those who have represen ted' the State this year will. show to all who follow llld t»»» m ?- With mnr., Ihm. 1 Tho-laraous t!d Jaternat'onal batsman, Alick I Banherman, who (ills the position or coach. with) unbending thoroughness, tolls us that the play-j ore all along have taken kindly to the tuition. They i.'rc amMTlous'^o . excel, and eager trj in crease their store ofc cricket knowledge.. The range from which 'pupils' are chosen Is as wide as possible. First and Second Grade clubs and the Great Public School* are placed on -the official programme each week, and lu addition many...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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BOWLS AND BOWLERS [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913

BOWLS AND BOWLERS j 1 j6 j* BY 'JACK KiGK.' ^ ^ 'A' pennant S'cmi-finals Will happen in April. A Scott Memorial Fund opened. -N..S. Wales- iuim players thmild contribute, reaiurc of pairs. City and i'hatswood's form. ... singles, city wiped thc floor with -\ over lr y. Chathwood did likewise with thc men of Mocmaii. pennant history repeated Itself In the '?umiriuui.nips. When (Jr?ek meets Greek In thc scml-flnnls, hue play will be the order. Most of the clubs arc now indulging in thou* dub chatnploLsIp event*. On Thursday G. S. Arthur capturcd the North o-dney chief honors from G. Iteeves, 31-20. Where were Walker, Perry. Buchanan. Clark, Kogers, and other dons of the N.S. Club ? i'»nest gamo seen at Mosman for manv a day— the battle between Thomson and Simpson, Forty-two ends of brilliant bowling wus wic. ncfSed — the beat I have yet seen in this Slate. fcimpson led by 0-8 on the ter.cn end; Thomp. son then scorcd 1112 3, leading ltf-9 on tbe 15th, b'lmp&on won In four of t...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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THE BOWLS PENNANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913

THE BOWLS PENNANTS. Aiother point made uv 'Scorer' in his in tcr«sting notes. He advocates the sudden dca'h method of deciding thc pennant as a mcms of maintaining interest. interest for whim ? may I ask. 11 this system bad been in vogue possibly the same result would have bcrn obtained us has been realised now. lut it would have prevented the splendid w j ceurv made by Strathfield and Petersham In j the Western section, a rally that malntalnei thc Interest in this division right up to thc fir;l match. 1 once backed a horse in a hurdle rac». and It fell at thc first hurdle. The sub scoient running didn't interest me a bit. I* think thc present system thc best possibl? for Pennant matches, though, of course, It t\cild be better still if the Newcastle people haobeen in a position to arrange their pennant on similar lines. Thc present hang-up of thc pctnant is no fault of thc system adopted by j tho Association. Paying tbe pennant in one round, club against clul, on neutral greens, res...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET AND CRICKETERS INTER-STATE CAMPAIGN. GOSSIP FROM EVERYWHERE. THE SHEFFIELD SHIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913

[?] INTER-STATE CAMPAIGN. T ? _ ? . ? i BY 'GULLIVER.' GOSSIP FROM EVERYWHERE. Trtfc' SIIICFFIEI.IJ Willi'. LI). Though;New South Wales vanquished South Australia and Victoria in Sydney, the ?Shield will go to one of- the rivals. - ^ Tho last of .the 1012-13 Shcfllclil Shield mat ches, commenced -at Adelaide on Friday. takes tho form -of -u. duel ?bvLwccnrSoutli Australia and Victoria . for the trophy, .inasmuch - as though it, is possible: for Xow South, Wales to finish equal in wins and .losses to the other two States, It is almost. .Impossible for the and In such u case averages will decide- which State -shall; hold .the Shield. It Is, therefore. South. Australia v. Victoria' for the Shield. Tbq-homo -team started the same yesterday tolerably 'warm faVor.ltcs for the trophy' and the. Jnter-.Stnto Churaplonshlp. firstly because a j win; will .give them , the Shield irrespective of j averages, . rind, secondly, ? though beaten they are. llkely^to 'surpass*. Victoria In averages, an...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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ENGLAND AND WALES IN RUGBY UNION. HOW THE ENGLISHMEN WON AFTER 18 YEARS OF FAILURE ON WELSH SOIL. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913

ENGLAND AND WALES IN RUGBY UNION. HOW THE ENGlismrEN Vox- AFTER 13 YEARS OK FAILURE O.N' WELSH SOIL. (By 'C.A.L.' — In the 'Dally Exproit.) Eighteen years after! 'What a great day l°r tho 'Rose'! Ono . placed goal, one dropped coal 'and* one try— io nil? ? Rugby England . and Rugby WaW can now begin level' again with fourteen victories each the invincible atmosphere of Cardiff Arms Park dissolved.- and tho spoil of Welsh grounds re inoved at last by Englishmen after eighteen wearv years of hopeless trying and occasional ill-luck. Not since Blackheath in 1S9G have , England hejitcn Wales by a margin of 12 points. Tbe rain-swept and chilled crowd tried very | 'hard to wax appreciative ovoi r.uKiuuu, ...... ^ limit their depression at their own countrj * obvious failure. They bud watched a threatening WelsU team cling to England's ground for the first forty minutes, nnd they could but admin* tlie tena cious dcicnee of the visitors, who gripped and relieved as well us I hey -li.| when t...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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THE V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING. A.J.C. Prize-Money. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913

I THE V.R.C AUTUMN MEETING. ? BY 'PILOT' I i A,JrC« Prize-Money. In oraer to avoid being loft completely In til.: rear by the A.J.C., it Is no wondor the V.R.C. looked round for fresh sources of revenue. Even If the valuo of the Sydney Cup were raised to £10,000 U la doubtful whether* that particular race would uffect the prestige of the Melbourne Cup, but the greater amount of prize rnouey given for weight-for-age raced unci two and three-year-old events Randwlck than at Klemlngton could not otherwise than tell bgalnst V.R.C. meetings In the long run. Owners of w.f.a. horses would naturally give Randwlck the preference, and In the Autumn the* best two-year-olds would certainly bo reserved lor the A.J.C. fixture. This ycuT, tor instance, Beragoon, Allelic, and Radnor have bc-n kept at home. The nearness of the two meetings to each other Is in a great measure responsible for that, but if the bis two-year-old races to be run at Flemlngton bad been as valuable as those at Randwlck, pcs...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913

J ASK FOR Foster's Lager Doctors Recommend j ?Gilbey' s ? Dry Gin ;

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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BOXING WEIGHTS MUST BECOME UNIVERSAL. American Concessions to England—Australia Should Move. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913

BOXING weights must become universal. American- Concessions to England — Australia Should Move. (Bv 'SOLAR-PLEXUS.'® ? littl&jby little the Americans are giving way to the-ectoylulo oLivelglita .In tie various divi sions o£ boxers drafted by the National snortlns Club over three yeara ago, antf now accepted by the ruling authorities in France. The New York Boxing Commission, which go verns tho.sP°rt in that State, and has a strong influenco on other States or the Republic, has set forth a -new list of weights for Champion ship classes, in two of which they na%c come closer than over to the i,nglish scale. 1110 bave furthermore, following the English ulea, j introduced a fly-weight division, which, how- ? ?ever they eall the 'imper-weight class, nils ?new class in America is for boxers not weigh- - log over 1st 101b. while the English lly-wcight , 4-lass is Sst — a difference of lib. which, in men of that size, is a very serious matter. The new weights brought closer to the E...

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LUTHER McCARTY [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913

LUTHER MoCARTyI Whose defeats of Al Palzer and Jim Flynn pmp him as the best ef j the Amerioan whitrf aspirant* for the Wartd'sHiavy-welght Chomploa* I ahlp -— Rftbt. ? KdifTfti, ujbc.'N«* Votk World,'

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SPORT IN OTHER LANDS AUSTRALIAN ATHLETIC REMINISCENCES. WHEN A.B. POSTAL WAS YOUNG IN THE SPRINTING GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913

[ ) SPORT IN OTHER LANDS AUSTRALIAN ATHLETIC RENINIS- 1 CENCES. . I WHEN A. B. POSTLE WAS YOUNG IN THE SPRINTING GAME. In a recent issue of the 'Sporting Chronicle 'W.L.S.' writes : 'We had been discussing | Powderhnll handicaps, and the name of 'H. J. : Scott,' the Welshman, who 'was disqualified in J. Inncs' year, cropped up, whereupon Mr. !'? R. Terry, Jack Donaldson's mentor, producing a phonograph showing A. B. I'ostle. J. Anderson, and M. lluxton ('Scott') in a Queensland llnul, said : ' 'That ia 'II. J. Scott.' or. as we knew lilm. 'Maurice Buxton.' It was taken after a final at Charters Towers. Queens land, unoriiy arrival in Australia from Edinburgh— In Sep tember, 1005. to l.e accurate. In the race I'ostle, who was .hen going right to the front, was ou virtual scratch, '.'1. Anderson (an al-origlnnl. and a line runner), Hi. and 'lluxton' 1-'j. the nomi nal distance being 13' yards. 'rlK, rt''^0,' 'r ^ h-n-ii min iicinc off ;*i wus thai 1* uas irnpos niblc to' get any longe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913

ALBERT SLICE (REG. A.J.C.) MEMBER OF CITY TATTERS ALL'S.' Rosehill To-day. ~ LEGER. LONG ©BBS.!

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THE JOHNSON-PALZER MATCH IN PARIS IN SAN FRANCISCO THEY SAY IT IS AGREED IN AMERICA THAT JOHNSON IS DOWN AND OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 1 March 1913

TIE J0HNS0N-PALZER MATCH IN PARIS 1 njsAN FRANCISCO THEY FAY IT IS AGREED in america tha: johnso:.* IS DOWN AND OUT. *he matching of Jack Johnson and Al. PaUer I f- June 2& in Paris on thc eve of the Gran l ; i x, evoktd thc lollowins comment from a Pisco newspaper: — 'Here in America we tfan't very well prevent e. ioxing promoter in France from doing as he liases, but tbe bout Is not one that will men „ K (hn fn.-n*. nf . K-- Knvln- in (Mc ccnntry. It has been pretty well agreed thct J.rnson was down and out and ought to siay |lo is, of course, still champion ot the world, j bit tho better clasi of sportsmen were of tbo ' option that he had forfeited nis title. A all events, Palzer wns» mosi thoroughly drd'bcd by Luther McCarty, and just how any ma^h with Johnson is going to settle the i3suv i, harl to ace. Ercr by some stretch of the Imagination, %?: co'.ltl t;ee Palzer winning it, it would settle nothltg except to firmly entrench McCarty. Should Johnson win, the world wou...

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